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INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMY YEAR 2009

Posted on: febrero 23, 2009

It’s been 400 years since Galileo first had a look at the stars through his telescope. This Galileo moment was the first step in our current scientific understanding of the universe.

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Halley’s Comet 15. I predicted the return of a comet, which was eventually named after me.
William Cranch Bond 16. I discovered Hyperion, one of Saturn’s moons.
Asaph Hall 17. I discovered the two moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos.
Leverrier and Galileo 18. We discovered Neptune together.

19. I created a model of the Solar System in which all the planets orbit the sun.
_____________________ 20. I named stars by assigning them to constellations and giving them Greek
letters.
_____________________ 21. We discovered Neptune. Who are we?
_____________________
_____________________22. I believed that the Earth was the center of the universe.
_____________________23. I discovered the surface of Venus was noxious and hot.
_____________________24. I made a list of comets in the 1700s.
_____________________25. I showed that other galaxies existed and observed that the universe is
expanding.
_____________________26. I published the first moon map.

Quiz 2

Scavenger Hunt: Who I am?

1. Galileo Galilei
2. Bethe
3. Clyde Tombaugh
4. Claudio Tolomeo
5. Giuseppe Piáis
6. Fred Hoyle
7. William Lassell
8. Nicolás Copérnico
9. Huygens
10. G.Cassini
11.
12. Tolomeo
13. Herschel
14. Stephen Hawking
15. Edmond Halley
16. William Cranch Bond et George Phillips Bond
17. A. Hall
18. Johann Gottfried Galle y Louis d’Arrest
19. Nicolás Copérnico
20. Johann Bayer
21. Johann Gottfried Galle y Louis d’Arrest
22. Aristóteles
23.

Answers to the first quiz:
1. Galileo
2.
3.Clyde Tombaugh
4.Aristoteles
5.Giuseppe Piazzi
6.George Gamow
7.William Lassell
8.
9.Christiaan Huygens
10.
11.
12.
13.Herschel
14.
15.Haley
16.William Lassel
17.Asaph Hall
18.Adams y Le Verrier
19.Copernico
20.
21.Adams y Le Verrier
22.Aristoteles
23.
24.
25.Edwin Hubble
26.Thomas Harriot

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